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Snoo Wilson University of East Anglia 1966-69. Script-editor, on BBC Play for Today 1973, taught script-writing at the National Film School and The First National Screenwriter's Laboratory. John Whiting Award 1978. UK-US Bicentennial Fellowship, 1980. Associate Professor of Creative Drama at University College of San Diego 1986. Taught creative writing, Goldsmiths College 1997, visiting drama teacher at Arvon Foundation and at Skyros 2003, 2004.

Film scripts Shadey, directed Philip Saville, with Antony Sher, Katherine Helmond. The Silent Touch directed by Krystof Zanussi. TV scripts include numerous plays for BBC and ITV as well as radio plays, the most recent, I'll Be George, May 2001 with Jane Lapotaire as George Sand. Upcoming films, Sabina, and Dear Turing.

Plays include The Pleasure Principle, Royal Court Theatre London, Vampire, The Number of the Beast, Royal Shakespeare Company, and Bush Theatre, The Glad Hand. Royal Court Theatre, The Everest Hotel, The Grass Widow Royal Court Theatre, More Light, Bush Theatre London, and LA, Callas, (Oldham) Darwin's Flood, (Bush Theatre). Loving Reno (New York Off-off B'way, and Bush Theatre) Stage version of Treasure Island for the American National Theatre for the Deaf, and Erofeyev's Walpurgis Night for the Gate Theatre. Adapted Mayakovsky's Bedbug (songs by Gary Kemp) for Royal National Theatre Youth programme 2004. Workshop with National Theatre in May 2003 Sabina (Bush Theatre, 1998) HRH (West End 1997, directed Simon Callow, with Corin Redgrave and Amanda Donohoe) Moonshine, 1999 (Hampstead Theatre London and UK tour)

Original musicals include 80 Days musical, (book, lyrics and music Ray Davies), La Jolla Playhouse, 1987. Earlier opera adaptations: La Colombe (Guonod), Orpheus in the Underworld (Offenbach) English National Opera, Houston and LA 1988. Currently writing musical about Felix Powell, the troubled author of the world's most famous marching song, 'Pack Up your Troubles'.

First two volumes of collected plays published by Methuen, 2000.